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We've been using EXTJS for a number of years but realize that such a rich tool set has given us enough rope with which to hang ourselves. As we examine user interfaces we realize that there are sometimes three or four ways to accomplish the same thing. In the past we didn't worry too much about UI design as our toolset was limited (i.e. JSP/Struts/CSS).
We're writing/designing RIA desktop-looking web pages. I understand many of the concepts behind the RIA approach however I'd like to dwell deeper into RIA user interface design (not mobile or web). More specifically references that might act as a guide when making trade-off decisions so that all of our developers could implement a consistent look and feel.
I visited Amazon and was overwhelmed when searching for books on the topic. If anyone can provide me with some good references, Amazon or otherwise it would be appreciated. Thanks!
I'll echo this request ... if there are any recommendations of good resources speaking to "UX for developers", I'd love to hear them. Bonus points if they're specifically aimed at ExtJS/RIAs rather than the content-driven, CMS-style websites most design guides tend to focus on.
It used to be that I could create a small ExtJS widget and embed that easily in an C#/Java/PHP application. Just copy the SDK over in a folder on the webserver and include/reference the appropriate libraries and viola! The widget worked.
Nowadays with the introduction of Sencha Command, It seems have to create an application, which generates a slew of directories and binds everything together MVC or MVVC in a gigantic WAD of directories, files, and themes. Are the days long gone for using a simple window from ExtJS without doing all this High Ceremony configuration? This seems like a ruby/rails experience. I HATE rails because it's Chaos with all the gems, versions, and dropping support, breaking interfaces and GEM version hell.